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Religion Funeral Poems

These Religion Funeral poems are examples of Funeral poems about Religion. These are the best examples of Funeral Religion poems written by international poets.

In God's time we all go back to Him

And it's only in deep sleep,

that we are able to ascend to Him

So that our souls He...

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Categories: allah, death, funeral, god,

Until We Meet Again
I know you are sad that I am no longer there. 
I'm in the presents of God. No need to despair. 
This place beautiful unlike...

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Categories: funeral, death of a friend,

Anzac Day
“Anzac Day”.
                    (c) London F. Bus


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Categories: funeral, fate, first love, war,

Premium Member Ashes and Thirst
Ashes and Thirst

Evil comes in all shapes, and all sizes. 
We have all heard this many times... before. 
But how truly large, or small can...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abortion, america, anxiety, funeral,

Premium Member Deprived
Deprived (sleep)

The small green light
on the radio dial... 
glares at me in the dark. 
It is like a lazar light show going off. 
I threw...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, anxiety, confusion, crazy, emotions,

Premium Member Terminal
My head spins as the noise from the crash echoes in my head. I sit up in some kind of terminal with strange trains bound...

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Categories: funeral, adventure, allegory, allusion, angel,

Premium Member Sacred Heart
Lost in a sea of pain 
Lost to the doors of a Secret Night
Far, far from the shores
of hallow be thy name
searching for the Sacred...

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Categories: funeral, allegory, analogy, angel, anger,

Premium Member Onyx
Wings black as midnight draw back 
from infernos façade 
Secret devices sharp, 
keen of talons and man-made MAW 
EYES; Scarlet, pumpkin fire orange at the...

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Categories: funeral, angel, anger, animal, art,

Premium Member Antediluvian
On site of this forgotten Babylon
What powerful but unrecorded race
Once dwelt in this annihilated place
What strange creature’s kin
to inhuman race
Dwell deep in antediluvian hells 

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Categories: funeral, allah, allegory, allusion, analogy,

Premium Member Winters House
Black, bare in despair 
alone to nowhere 
On a corner crossroads to everywhere
Sits a house half-forgotten 
a house full of itself and memories

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Categories: funeral, abuse, allegory, art, bereavement,

Premium Member Echos
Only an echo is left
in the halls distant in the falls
void for trapings and all
drifts through the moments like shadows
awaking dreams 
the razor of reality...

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Categories: funeral, adventure, age, analogy, angel,

Premium Member Upon My Two Knees
Gosh-o-Roonies, said the Moonies,
Drag you out into the boonies
Watch you be cut up by loonies
Feed you to the starving goonies....

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Categories: death, funeral, funny, humor,

Swoon Song
Swoon Song
by Michael R. Burch

In this ordinary swoon
as I pass from life to death,
I feel no heat from the cold, pale moon;
I feel no sympathy...

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Categories: funeral, absence, anxiety, bereavement, death,

Epigrams Iv
Sex Hex
by Michael R. Burch

Love’s full of cute paradoxes
(and highly acute poxes).

by Michael R. Burch

Love is either wholly folly,
or fully holy.

Nun Fun Undone
by Michael R....

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Categories: bible, christian, death, funeral,

Premium Member The Black Burial Suit
When all is said and done, I've saved my Black Suit and If it be today That The Lord Takes me away....I am ready. With...

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Categories: devotion, funeral, heaven, leaving,